Software Alternatives & Reviews

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Recommended and mentioned products

  1. A second brain, for you, forever. Obsidian is a powerful knowledge base that works on top of a local folder of plain text Markdown files.

    Obsidian - helps users organize their thoughts using "connections." It has a feature called "backlinking" that shows users all the notes linked to a specific note and allows users to link notes together to easily navigate between ideas.
  2. Sustainably mail letters, checks & postcards online from 75¢

    DocuPost - a mailing service for businesses that lets you print, stamp, and send U.S. Mail for cheap. It has options for individual or bulk mailings and can be used to upload or write documents online, address and mail letters in a snap, and avoid the post office.
  3. Unsplash is a website with high-quality free HD images. It has a catalog of more than three hundred thousand striking images that are neatly organized with tags. Read more about Unsplash.

    Unsplash : Tons of free-to-use images of damn near everything.
  4. An interactive map of live radio stations across the globe. : Listen to radio around the world.
  5. Prepend to the URL of any paywalled page, and we'll try our best to remove the paywall and get you access to the article.

    12ft It bypasses all paywalls and removes all ads from any webpage I have found. Show me a 10ft paywall, I’ll show you a 12ft ladder. No install, just copy and paste your link.
  6. Freephonenum is a website that receives online SMS, use temporary and disposable numbers from USA and Canada to get verifications code from all around the world for development.

  7. Todoist is a to-do list that helps you get organized, at work and in life.

    Anylist seems geared at groceries. I have Todoist is geared to follow getting things done approach to time management. I have it organizing 20+ different projects in 4 different domains for work, and 10+ more for home. I use the inbox feature to dump any random thought I have. Totally boosted productivity. I pay to allow me for forward tasks from my email directly to the list to achieve inbox zero.